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  1. A bunch of pucs from my tropical greenhiuse, some are from 2020 others more recent :) received_719069172303552.webp received_5680486071976977.webp received_127415405903678.webp
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  2. That Veitchii is beautiful!! Looking forward to see the N.Veitchii x bical when it's larger! I can see some space in the background of that photo, maybe another greenhouse project? ;) Keep up the excellent work!
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  3. Very awesome, thank you for the share! Love the frills on the rafflesiana var. alata, Coloration is beautiful! The peristome on the veitchii x edwardsiana is amazing! Still has a lot of growth to go. How long have you had the veitchii x edwardsiana from the video?
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  4. From the album: JCZ's photos

    Utricularia inflata (New Jersey).
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  5. Well God only knows what i typed in to find the post as ive retyped in everything i can think of but come up with nothing, maybe evergreen and Westland were mentioned in the same post is all I can think of and i have mistakenly got them mixed up. Anyhow my bales of evergreen have arrived so thanks for the link Alexis
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  6. Hello, it's definitely no cross with D. capensis. I think it it D. spatulata x ultramafica. Christian
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  7. P.s.: this clone has a big flower;-)
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  8. Hi Serse, this is the shoot from the root of your plant. It's very impressive right from birth. Ch Natale
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  9. Dear all, i am happy to announce the 2021 grant call of the german carnivorous plants society (GFP). This year we will support habitat conservation projects with up to 15.000€! For more information as well as to find out if you or your organization meets the necessary criterias and how to apply for the grant please see the two files on the the following link: https://www.carnivoren.org/naturschutz/grant-proposal/ If you have an
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  10. Hello and a happy new year, like every year my U. menziesii are in flower:
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  11. Hello everyone, There are a lot of amazing pictures of heliamphora and a lot of talented growers with perfect plants growing in perfect conditions. I've been growing heliamphora in amateur conditions in my bedroom for almost 8 years now and I just wanted to share that it's possible to have nice plants without extra night temperature drops or expensive cooling systems. Having said that, I'm a bit of a plant freak and I'd love to provide my plants with the best conditions possible, so I'm constantly thinking of employing an efficient and cost-effective cooling system. In my situation, I'm t
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  12. I'm doing a funny little experiment, I'm trying to make artificial peat moss by rotting some sphagnum, sticks, leaves, egg shells and rotten eggs in water. Will it work?
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